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Muskegon morning weather report: Dense fog, poor visibility for motorists
The fog will lift this afternoon, but until then, motorists should be cautious along I-96 specifically where the thickest fog is expected, according to the National Weather Service.
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ACLU Sues U.S. Catholic Bishops Over Denial Of ‘Proper Health Care’
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed suit against the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops regarding a case in a Muskegon, Mich.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
Twin Lake Man Reported Missing
The 48-year-old Twin Lake man left home at roughly 5:20 a.m. Monday and never showed up for work.
Muskegon County groundbreaking on Juvenile Transition Center an 'act of political courage'
Muskegon County Commissioners stuck a shovel in the dirt Tuesday, taking a step towards building a new juvenile center that their predecessors hesitated at for decades.
Weekly gas report: Fuel prices drop by 20 cents in the last week
Fuel prices in the Muskegon-area are 20 cents cheaper than what they were a week ago, according to the latest AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
Muskegon City Manager Frank Peterson to take questions from Sappi to gun violence and port development in Dec. 3 live chat
There won't be a lack of topics for questions and discussion when new Muskegon City Manager Frank Peterson faces MLive readers in a live chat at noon Tuesday, Dec. 3 .
David Kolb: Democrats are taking West Michigan battleground seriously
Other than that, the recent campaign rally at the impressively renovated Watermark Center in the old Shaw-Walker furniture factory had the feel of real victory to it.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
One of the coldest winters of the 20th century, widespread heavy snow, and recor
One of the coldest winters of the 20th century, widespread heavy snow , and record warmth top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
The Island Packet
Woman sues Catholic bishops after hospital fails to treat her miscarriage
The Muskegon, Mich., woman, with help from the American Civil Liberties Union, sued the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on Monday, alleging the group's anti-abortion directive denies pregnant women in crisis proper medical care.
Muskegon superintendent: Boy's scarf was tied to slide before he passed out
The scarf of a kindergartner who was found unresponsive on a Muskegon playground had been tied to a slide, rather than accidentally entangled in the play structure, according to the district superintendent.
Midday Muskegon headlines: Road rage, final look at football, R.I.P. Merrill
Police were called to an "active fight in the roadway" near the intersection of Fruitport Road and South Walker Road on Nov. 27, according to authorities.
Muskegon neighborhood associations solicit gift donations for 'Christmas Store' community project
A group of Muskegon-area neighborhood associations this holiday season have joined together to form a community project that will help low-income families living in downtown Muskegon have a better Christmas.
Muskegon County to hold groundbreaking ceremony for new downtown Juvenile Transition Center
Years of planning will come to a head on Tuesday as Muskegon County breaks ground on a new Juvenile Transition Center in downtown Muskegon.
Charity Lodge state and local licensing revocation hearing begins at Muskegon City Hall
Testimony began Monday morning, Dec. 2, at Muskegon City Hall concerning the city of Muskegon's attempt to revoke the Charity Lodge #1397 Michigan liquor license and city business registration.
North Muskegon, Mona Shores school districts turn to donors for help making schools safe
In this age of school shootings and budget cuts, North Muskegon and Mona Shores schools have reached out to private donors for school security enhancements.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Grand Haven Tribune
The North Muskegon resident who serves as conductor of the Coopersville & Marne Railway Company's Santa Train admitted he grows his year-round beard just a little bit longer to fit the uniform at this time of year.
Julie Hoogland: Shout outs go to graduate Chris Boes, Deputy Kimbel, Captain Munsee
It's time for another shout-out Sunday, a chance to put a brighter spotlight on people and events in the news.
Peg West: Goodfellows Extra on sale Saturday, Dec. 7 to help make holidays brighter for kids in need
Two Old Newsboys read the Chronicle news extra they would sell to raise money for underprivileged children the next day in this photo, which ran in the Chronicle Dec. 12, 1969.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Nine sentences by Muskegon County Chief Circuit Judge William C. Marietti
Ezell Armon Jr., 35, of Muskegon Heights, six months Muskegon County Jail for probation violation on 2013 convictions of malicious destruction of fire/police property and driving while intoxicated, habitual second, $1,118.95 balance fees/costs, probation continued, must complete K-Pep.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Thanksgiving 2013 snowfall reports
Thanksgiving Snowfall This product is an objective analysis of NWS Cooperative Observer Program and Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network snowfall reports.